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From "David Graham" <>
Subject Re: [OT] HTML Performance question
Date Fri, 25 Oct 2002 20:30:20 GMT
No, you don't need to be concerned.  The browser will cache those files and 
won't request them on each connection.

Whenever you have concerns about performance you should just try out both 
methods.  Many times performance issues are a red herring.  Put all 5 links 
in your html and hit the page.  Does it load incredibly slow?  If it does 
it's probably not because of those links.


>Reply-To: "Struts Users Mailing List" <>
>Subject: [OT] HTML Performance question
>Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2002 15:16:36 -0500
>Sorry for the lame html question, but I would like tap into the vast
>experience in this list.
>Is there a performance consideration when linking to external files (css or
>javascript )that may not always needed for each page.
>I was told to watch out for this.
>The reason I ask is that I am setting up mainpage layout for use with tiles
>and I would like just include
>all the possible files even if the page will not not need it.
>In addition, there will be nor more than 5 at the most
><LINK rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="<html:rewrite 
><SCRIPT src='<html:rewrite page='/js/general.js'/>'></SCRIPT>
><SCRIPT src='<html:rewrite page='/js/calendar/calendar.js'/>'></SCRIPT>
><SCRIPT src='<html:rewrite page='/js/date.js'/>'></SCRIPT>
><SCRIPT src='<html:rewrite page='/js/validations.js'/>'></SCRIPT>
>Do I need to be concerned?
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